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Simple Ubuntu

  

GNOME Wallpaper 1600x1200

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Simple Ubuntu
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Simple Ubuntu
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Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  7001
Submitted:  Sep 20 2005

Description:

Inspired by the new ubuntu breezy preview's boot splash and new clearlook color scheme, I designed this simple and clean wallpaper.

There are 3 files in the package:

1. ubuntu_human - use the color scheme matching the ubuntu's default human theme.

2. ubuntu_clearlooks - ubuntu breeze preview's clearlooks introduced a new kind of blue, which in my opinion is much more beautiful than that in hoary. This one is for the new clearlooks.

3. ubuntu.png - this is just a transparent png image with the ubuntu logo put in the center. By using this plain but powerful one, you can actually changed the background color in gnome's Desktop Background Preferences dialog to whatever you like. Either a solid red or a gradient orange is totally up to you. So it's the most flexible one.

This is my first time making something for linux, and first time uploading something to gnome-look. Any comments or proposal is welcome. :)




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 Well done

 
 by popeyenz on: Sep 21 2005
 
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My comment is that I appreciate the effort you have made, and thank you for sharing your work.

It is simple but very effective.


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 GDM Theme

 
 by mandha on: Oct 8 2005
 
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I have made GDM theme based on this wallpaper. I hope you like it :)
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=29943


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 Awesome.

 
 by angrykeyboarder on: Oct 19 2005
 
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Thanks!


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 new user

 
 by didaskei on: Feb 8 2006
 
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Great wallpaper. I am a new user (windows refugee who moved to Ubuntu last night) who is trying to figure out how to download and install this as a wallpaper. Could you explain the process?


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 Re: new user

 
 by trm96 on: Dec 27 2007
 
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Click the download link then extract the files (Right click and click Extract here) then put it in say your pictures folder, then right click on the desktop and click "Change desktop background"


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 simple

 
 by emireduardo on: Apr 7 2007
 
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simple ubuntu is so simple, i like it, so i can see my icons


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